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We are looking for research volunteers!

Are you a practitioner working with older adults?

Are you interested in helping us identify how print or computer based information may help us learn about elder abuse and neglect? The National Initiative in the Care of the Elderly (NICE) is interested in hearing from you.

We would like to talk with you about your experience of using information to learn about elder abuse and neglect. You will be asked to complete two surveys either by print or computer format. You may also be asked to be interviewed either in person or by telephone.


For more information and to see if you qualify,

please call Dr. Sandi Hirst (403) 220-6270 and leave a message or email at your name and telephone number).

We will return your call to explain the study.


This study has been reviewed by the Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board REB17-0454




Dear Colleague,


I am recruiting Registered Psychologists in the Alberta area to participate in a brief phone interview regarding their experiences conducting suicide risk assessments. If you are a Registered Psychologist who works in the Alberta area who regularly conducts suicide risk assessments, I would be interested in having a one-on-one phone interview with you to gain an understanding of your experience. I believe your experience can help us understand the factors that ameliorate and interfere with the ethical practice of suicide risk assessments.


The phone interview will last 25-30 minutes. Your identifying information (e.g., name, age) will be kept confidential. If you are interested in participating and/or have questions, please contact me ( for further details.


I greatly appreciate your assistance, and look forward to hearing from you!


Jonathan Dubue, Counselling Psychology Masters Student (Thesis),

William E. Hanson, Ph.D.,



 Policy Wise for Children & Families


SAGE Secondary Data Use Grant

SAGE (Secondary Analysis to Generate Evidence), an initiative from PolicyWise for Children & Families, is a data repository and research platform that enables the secondary use of data related to child and youth development, health, and well-being. SAGE increases the value of data by providing the infrastructure, processes, and governance to bring stakeholders together to use data in new ways and inform social policy and practice.

SAGE is requesting proposals for their Secondary Data Use Grant. The grant is an excellent opportunity for trainees and new researchers to work with existing and valuable birth cohort and survey data.

Deadline to Apply: April 27, 2018 at 4 PM MST


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